I-13 – Electro-chemo-mechanical coupling in energy storage and conversion materials

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Organizers: Nicola Perry (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Eric Wachsmann (University of Maryland), Krystyn Van Vliet (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Koji Amezawa (Tohoku University).

Mayu Muramatsu

Tohoku University, Japan

Mayu Muramatsu received her PhD in mechanical engineering from Keio University in 2012. After spending 2 years at The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology as a research scientist, she now resides in Tohoku University as an assistant professor. Her research focuses on modeling and simulation of the mechanical, electrochemical and thermal behavior of solid oxide fuel cell.

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